40 Days of Life | Neat Looking Cast | Dino-Art
Sean Vaughn December 2, 2019
Five workers at abortion clinics quit their jobs and more than 700 unborn babies were saved as a result of this fall’s 40 Days for Life, the annual campaign that involves prayer, fasting and peaceful vigils outside abortion clinics. “It was the largest year in the history of 40 Days for Life,” Shawn Carney, president and CEO of 40 Days for Life, said during a webcast Nov. 18. The campaign ran from Sept. 25 to Nov. 3 and had volunteers participating in 855 cities and 61 countries.
A start-up company in Chicago called Cast21, has invented and started using a new lightweight, breathable and waterproof cast that can be fitted in minutes. The cast can conform to fit on arms and legs and they even have different colors available. A promotional video has been circulating on Twitter now with over 250k views.
We all know what dinosaurs look like, the T-Rex, long neck, 3 horn, but could those drawings be inaccurate? C. M. Kosemen has always had an intertest in dinosaurs and decided to draw living animals in a dyno-art based on their skeleton structure. The results are interesting. He drew a swan, which looks eerie, a hippo that looks like a t-rex hybrid, even a baboon. The point he was making was that, possibly dinosaurs may look completely different than our perceived ideas, since we only have a skeleton to go off on.